- a heavy overcoat.
Origin of greatcoat
Related Words for greatcoatfrock, raincoat, overcoat, cloak, jacket, suit, wrap, tuxedo, windbreaker, threads, trench, cape, tux, anorak, slicker, mink, ulster, cutaway, mackinaw, topcoat
Examples from the Web for greatcoat
Contemporary Examples of greatcoat
The Greatcoat By Helen Dunmore A Royal Air Force coat leads a young bride into an affair with a long-dead ghost.
One cold night, Isabel finds an old Royal Air Force greatcoat in the cupboard and pulls it into bed to warm herself.
Historical Examples of greatcoat
Thereupon a man in a greatcoat, a landowner of La Palud, stepped forward.The Fortune of the Rougons
"Oh, not at all, not at all;" and he wrapped his greatcoat over his knees.Howards End
E. M. Forster
He was a burly Englishman, wrapped snugly in the folds of a greatcoat.A Yankee Flier Over Berlin
And throwing his greatcoat over his shoulders, Joshua went out.
He reached for his greatcoat, bringing out a brown-paper parcel.
- a heavy overcoat, now worn esp by men in the armed forces